- A video has been shared on social media showing Sjava and Robot Boy dropping some sizzling verses
- In the footage, the Mzansi musician can be heard reciting his clan names in a catchy flow
- The video left social media users impressed and they couldn't help but cheer the musician on
- Sjava has returned to the good graces of many after his court case filed by Lady Zamar was dismissed
A video of Sjava and rapper Robot Boy trended on social media on Monday morning as Mzansi reacted to the lit bars. The footage shows Sjava and Robot Boy rapping out the former's clan names.
The video was shared by Twitter user AdvoBarryRoux (a parody account that has no affiliations with the South African advocate).
Twitter users were impressed by the talent displayed by the performers and couldn't help but cheer them on.
Twitter user LEHUTS said:
"Wow robot ke lass that's a long intro Sjava."
"Clan names #izithakazelo."
"When the villager comes to town he takes charge."
"Give him the WORK son."
"What an intro...Not an easy one."
"Sjava is a national key point."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that singer and actor Sjava is a free man. The media personality was accused of rape by his ex-girlfriend, Lady Zamar, but it seems that the court has decided not to prosecute.
It was reported that the case was declined for prosecution two weeks ago. According to reports, Limpopo police spokesperson Col Moatshe Ngoepe confirmed this.
“On November 5, the case docket was withdrawn by the director of public prosecutions at court."
The Sowetan further reported that NPA spokesperson Mashudu Malabi-Dzhangi said that the state declined to prosecute because it believed the evidence did not support a successful prosecution.
Sjava was accused of rape by musician ex Lady Zamar. According to Zamar, the incident happened in a hotel in Limpopo in 2017. She opened a case at a police station last year after a public break-up from Sjava. Zamar, however, refuted claims of being in a romantic relationship with Sjava. She said that they had only been getting to know each other.
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